Jeremy Dunn Jackson
October 16, 1980
Newport Beach, California
Jackson was introduced to music by David Hasselhoff, who starred on Baywatch, on which Jackson appeared. Jackson later supported Hasselhoff on his 1993 European tour and Jackson was signed to Edel Records by Peter Lopez. An Australian musician, Mark Holden, who was working with Hasselhoff, wrote a number of songs and produced the album.
- Number One (1994) NL No. 17, DE No. 90
- Always (1995)
- "I Need You" (1994)
- "Looking for My Number 1" (1994)
- "You Can Run" (1995)
- "French Kiss" (1995)
- "I'm Gonna Miss You" (1995)
- "You Really Got It Going On" (1997)
Jackson was featured in Vanity Fair's Hollywood Issue in March 2006. He has been referred to as "Mr. MySpace" and was a guest on The Tyra Banks Show. Jackson has performed in clubs from London to Las Vegas. Jackson endorsed Ed Hardy Clothing, and has hosted fashion shows around the world for the fashion house.
He appeared on VH1's Confessions of a Teen Idol, a reality show in which former teen idols attempt to revitalize their careers. In one episode, he claimed he beat out Leonardo DiCaprio for the part of Hobie Buchannon; this was later verified by David Hasselhoff. The show is co-produced by Scott Baio and Jason Hervey.
In January 2015, Jackson participated in the United Kingdom reality television series Celebrity Big Brother on Channel 5. After four days, producers removed him from the house for opening fellow housemate Chloe Goodman's dressing gown against her will. Jackson was later cautioned by the Hertfordshire Police following their investigation into common assault.
In 2008, a sex tape of Jackson and adult video star Sky Lopez was offered for sale. Jackson asserted that he was physically threatened into giving the tape to men who claimed they represented Lopez.
In an interview on the E! TV special Child Star Confidential Jackson stated that problems with drugs contributed to his departure from Baywatch, but that he had overcome his addiction following rehabilitation. In 2011, Jackson was a fifth-season cast member on Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew, which depicted his recovery from steroid addiction.
- Santa Barbara (1984) TV Series Young Derek Griffin (1990)
- Shout (1991) (V) Young BellRinger
- Baywatch (TV) Hobie Buchannon No. 2 (1991–1999)
- The Bulkin Trail (1992) (TV) Young Michael Bulkin
- Thunder Alley (1994) (TV) Danny
- Baywatch: White Thunder at Glacier Bay (1998) (V) Hobie Buchannon
- Baywatch: Hawaiian Wedding (2003) (TV) Hobie Buchannon
- Ring of Darkness (2004) (V) Xavier
- The E! True Hollywood Story: Baywatch (2001) (TV) Himself
- Child Star Confidential Teen Idol – E! Entertainment TV (2006) (TV) Himself
- The Tyra Banks Show (2006) (TV) Himself
- The Big Idea with Donny Deutsch CNBC (2006) (TV) Himself
- The View ABC (2006) (TV) Himself
- The Loop g4tv (2006) (TV) Himself
- The E! True Hollywood Story: David Hasselhoff (2006) (TV) Himself
- The Rachael Ray Show (2009) (TV) Himself
- The Tyra Banks Show (2009) (TV) Himself
- Confessions of a Teen Idol (2009) (TV) Himself
- The Untitled Kris Black Project (2010) (V) Caleb
- Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew (2011) Himself
- DTLA (2012) Kevin
- Dreams (2013) DJ Smoove
- Celebrity Big Brother UK (2015) (TV) Himself
- Holden, Mark (May 2017). My Idol Years. Melbourne: Transit Lounge. ISBN 978-0-9953594-7-5.
- The Tyra Banks Show
- Leonardo DiCaprio almost cast in Baywatch
- Confessions of a Teen Idol VH1 Page
- "Jeremy Jackson thrown out of Celebrity Big Brother". BBC. Retrieved January 13, 2015.
- "Celebrity Big Brother: Jeremy Jackson cautioned over Chloe Goodman assault". BBC. Retrieved January 13, 2015.
- "Hobie from 'Baywatch':Don't Call It a Comeback!". TMZ.com. Retrieved July 6, 2013.
- "Jeremy Jackson History". daz.com. Archived from the original on February 7, 2012. Retrieved July 6, 2013.
- "Family Weekend". Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew. Season 5. Episode 6. July 31, 2011. VH1.
- "'Baywatch' alum Jeremy Jackson headed to jail". Fox News Channel. April 17, 2017. Retrieved April 18, 2017.
- "The Strange Saga of Jeremy Jackson: Ex-'Baywatch' Heartthrob Sentenced to Jail for Stabbing a Woman". Retrieved April 18, 2017.